- Origin unknown. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“We have to be able to determine if a fish that comes out of a lake as a lunker is a fish that we put in there," he said.”
“This water I covered faithfully with as little success as before, and when I had finished, crawled out upon the apron of the dam, and saw, directly underneath, eighteen or twenty trout, ranging from six inches in length to one old "lunker" over twenty.”
“Each person added another $1 each for a prize for the "lunker," or heaviest fish.”
“The duo also tied for the "lunker" prize as both boated a three-pound bass.”
“And along the US border there are a couple of 'famous' lakes that are producers of lunker 'Florida-type' bass, but that's another story.”
“Saying that, you do stand a better chance of landing a lunker bass in “mid-day” hours but fishing in the morning is almost certain to be action packed …”
“Immediately before the lure even surfaced what I thought was a large lunker yanked my line very hard.”
“I know you love bragging about that huge lunker you hooked last summer.”
“I never ate a lunker though I caught a bunch of them.”
“Unless you are talking about the amount of prayers I cast up when in search of a lunker, or maybe the amount of swearing I have to repent for when that lunker breaks my line.”
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